James Louis Schad
James L. Schad
|Auxiliary bishop of Camden|
|See||Titular See of Panatoria|
|Appointed||October 18, 1966|
|In office||December 8, 1966 - January 26, 1993|
|Ordination||April 10, 1943|
December 8, 1966|
by Celestine Damiano
July 20, 1917|
March 27, 2002 (aged 84)|
Camden, New Jersey
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, James Schad grew up in Vineland, New Jersey where he graduated from Sacred Heart High School. He studied for the priesthood at St. Mary's Seminary in Baltimore and was ordained a priest on April 10, 1943 for the Diocese of Camden.
His pastoral assignments as a priest and bishop included St. Rose of Lima parish in Haddon Heights, St. Anne's parish in Westville, Most Holy Redeemer parish in Westville Grove, Maris Stella parish in Avalon and the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Camden.
On October 18, 1966 Pope Paul VI appointed Schad as the Titular bishop of Panatoria and Auxiliary Bishop of Camden. He was consecrated by Archbishop Celestine Damiano of Camden on December 8, 1966. The principal co-consecrators were Bishop James Hogan of Altoona-Johnstown and Auxiliary Bishop Pius Benincasa of Buffalo.
Schad served as auxiliary bishop until his resignation was accepted by Pope John Paul II on January 26, 1993.
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|Catholic Church titles|
| Auxiliary Bishop of Camden
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